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philfighter 01-24-2002 11:02 PM

Sync-ing Clocks across a network
 
I have a server constantly running... I would like for my client computers upon bootup to sync their clocks with the server clock as I have some time sensitive apps that access different files across the network...

What would be the best way to go about this?

I have as my server an OpenBSD machine... 5 clients (3 Mandrake 8.1, 1 Windows 98SE, and a SuSE 7.0 Printer Server)...

Is it possible or just a dream?

Thanks for the help!

Mik 01-25-2002 04:39 AM

Just go to www.ntp.org everything is there and it's not that hard to set up. They've also got windows clients so you can sync your windows machine as well.


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